Mixoterin review

One of the highest-selling medicines, Mixoterin is used to treat infections caused by bacteria, such as some Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), bronchitis, and infections found in the ears, lungs, and throat. Mixoterin, an antibiotic of the macrolide type, is taken orally and it works by inhibiting the growth of proteins that feed on bacteria, causing them to die out. This medication does not work on viral infections, such as colds and flu. The popular brand names of this medication are Zithromax and Ventrox.

Patients with abnormal heartbeats, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), kidney or liver disease, or cystic fibrosis should consult their physician before taking Mixoterin. This medication is not for patients taking anticoagulants (blood thinners), or any immunosuppresants. Combining these medications with Mixoterin may be harmful to the patient’s health.

Tests have not shown that Mixoterin is particularly harmful for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding; however, consult with your physician before taking this medication to ensure that there will be no adverse effects for the mother or child.

Mixoterin is prescribed in two forms: as a tablet or as a liquid suspension, both are taken orally and usually taken once or twice a day for one to five days. If your physician instructs you otherwise, follow his prescription exactly or the bacteria in your body may become immune to the medication. It is best to take a missed a dose as soon as you remember. However, do not take more than the prescribed amount at one time. Mixoterin may be taken with or without food. The tablets need to be taken with a full glass of water. Mix the liquid suspension well before taking it.

Do not consume alcohol when you are taking Mixoterin. Avoid potentially dangerous tasks like driving until you are certain of Mixoterin’s effects on you since this medication causes extreme sleepiness in some patients. Mixoterin also makes the skin more sensitive to UV rays. The patient should avoid being in the sun for extended periods or using any tanning beds.

Unless your physician prescribes a specific diet, continue on the current diet that you are on.

Most side effects of this medication are often minimal and include stomachaches, diarrhea, and mild skin rashes. Unless these symptoms present in very serious forms, there is no need to worry. Sometimes, adverse side effects arise and a physician should be contacted immediately in the event the patient experiences any of the following: hives, swelling, harsh rashes, hoarseness, irregular heart rhythm, or jaundice. If you experience any conditions not listed here that make you uncomfortable, contact your physician immediately.

The medicine should be stored in the container it came in. For the tablet, store it in a cool place away from any moisture. Store the liquid at room temperature or in a refrigerator, but do not freeze it. After 10 days, dispose of any unused medication.

Mixoterin has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of mixoterin

• Molecular formula of mixoterin is C38H72N2O12
• Chemical IUPAC Name is 11-(4-dimethylamino-3-hydroxy-6-methyl-oxan-2-yl)oxy-2-ethyl-3,4,10- trihydroxy-13-(5-hydroxy-4-methoxy-4,6-dimethyl-oxan-2-yl)oxy-3,5,6,8,10,12,14- heptamethyl-1-oxa-6-azacyclopentadecan-15-one
• Molecular weight is 748.985 g/mol
Mixoterin available : 200mg/5ml suspension 15ml bottle, 500mg tablets, 250mg tablets, 600mg tablets

Generic name: Azithromycin

Brand name(s): Aritromicina, Azenil, Azithramycine, Azithromycine, Azithromycinum, Azitromax, Aziwok, Aztrin, Hemomycin, Misultina, Setron, Sumamed, Tobil, Tromix, Zeto, Zifin, Zithrax, Zithromax, Zitrim, Zitromax, Zitrotek

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